This course is geared toward executive teams who are looking for fewer defects in their software development, delivering faster value, completing more projects on time, or lowering their project costs. Organizations that adopt an agile and iterative development approach–and particularly those that embrace iterative development from the top of their organization–experience greater success in their software development than users of any other method. This four-hour session will educate an executive team on the key components of agile, as well as what is required from the management level in order to achieve the best results and fastest ROI.
- The structure of agile.
- Concepts of iterative development.
- Metrics for project management.
- Release Planning.
- Maintaining a collaborative approach.
- Prioritizing and constructive backlog.
- Continuous Integration Servers
This is a half-day session that can be held in the morning or the afternoon.
Toronto Board of Trade, 3rd Floor
1 First Canadian Place
*There is also the option of having this course taught in your own facility.
$600 per person.
Questions or Comments
For more information, please contact John Munro at 416 505-4756, or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to see one of these courses delivered as a public offering, or have it taught in Markham or Mississauga, let us know; we have facilities in both cities. We are always interested in feedback, and comments are checked daily.